They Were Actually Holding Him Prisoner
Hospital Staff Wasn't Giving Patient Food Or Water
My father got sick around January 3, 2022 and was taken to his general practitioner Dr. Mark Jaggust, 2835 Middle Country Road, Lake Grove, NY 11755 # 631-467-3564 where they tested my father for COVID in the parking lot and without examining him they sent him home and prescribed an antibiotic. Although dad lived with my brother, I decided to take him in to take care of him. So upon finishing his antibiotics, dad looked good. He was his normal self, eating and actively doing things around my house until January 8, 2022. Dad had a seizure in front of me so we called an ambulance and they said it was dehydration.
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His vitals were good including his oxygen and they gave the family the option to hydrate him at home or to go to the hospital, so we chose to hydrate him at home. Later that day, we had a friend of the family who is an EMT check on him and his vitals were still good! Then I started feeling sick and sadly couldn’t take care of him anymore. So dad went back to my brother’s where he has his own apartment and they said he collapsed onto the bed. They called an ambulance on January 10, 2022 took him to Stony Brook University Hospital where they gave him Remdesivir without consulting the family! That’s when the nightmare began!
On January 10, 2022 my father entered the ER for dehydration. The doctor had no regard for my father at all. They only cared about their hospital protocol. They argued with the family that we were preventing them from doing their job because we were requesting Ivermectin and NO Remdesivir! They manipulated us and gave it to him anyway. They gave him 2 rounds of Remdesivir which consisted of 200mg for the first dose and 100mg for the next 4 days. They stopped for a few days and put him on antibiotics due to sepsis and a UTI. They then started his second round of Remdesivir for the next 5 days 200 mg the first day and 100 mg for each day after that.
There were also many other medications administered to him, and they took way too many unnecessary tests! Many cat scans with and without IV contrast etc. They neglected to shave him, feed and hydrate him. One doctor noted on his records that he had urine-soaked sheets which is probably how he became sepsis with a UTI. He progressively got worse under their care. We did manage to get him out, but the damage was already done. He was brought home very late at night at approximately 10:30 PM by ambulance. We thought that was odd and within 24 hours my dad bled out and passed away. The damage was already done.
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